Just a little humor for the day as modern quilters around the world sign up for QuiltCon East 2017 (to be held in Savannah, Georgia) and post the attending badge on social media platforms. Whether you are attending classes or lectures with your favorite quilters, discovering new quilters or just[Read more]
When I received the invite from my dear friend Amanda to participate in the Around the World Blog Hop, I didn’t even have to think about. I love this kind of thing! Amanda is a guild buddy and she is doing wonderful things on her blog, The Cozy Pumpkin. I[Read more]
It was my turn to be interviewed for the OKC Modern Quilt Guild’s monthly Coffee Talk feature. It was a fun experience to actually reflect on the why and how I became interested in quilting. Go check me out! Um…go check IT out, or whatever….no big whoop.
Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park is a great little book I randomly found on Amazon one day. I simply adore this book! In fact, I’ve already read it twice and I felt the same feelings the second time around as I felt upon the first. Synopsis: Julie heads to college[Read more]
I love to discover new craft blogs. I could waste away my day looking at them. I came across Craftyrie today and saw where she’s putting together a HUGE craft blog directory. At this point, they’re just listed in random order, but I spent a few minutes browsing through and discovering[Read more]
I’m A I received an email a few days ago from Elle over at Elle-Mental saying she was sharing a Liebster Award with me. This award is “like a chain letter” (as my husband said) for bloggers with 200 followers or less. The Liebster Conventions says that you should: 1.[Read more]
Welcome to the family, Janome.
I didna work on any projects today… I was verra behind on my DVR, so I got a wee bit caught up on it as I decked the halls… And I did a wee bit o’ reading about a bonny lad named Jamie Fraser… Ye ken?
My father was a general contractor. I like to say that he built half of Napa, the town I grew-up in. I’m sure that’s an exaggeration, but there was a HUGE part of town that he DID build. I had friends that lived in the homes he built. One friend[Read more]